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Mohamed Gamal Mousa is a Assistant Lecturer,Tanta University,Egypt

Mohamed Gamal Mousa

Assistant Lecturer

Organizing Committee

Egypt

Tanta University

BIOGRAPHY

Mohamed Gamal Mousa was born in Zefta, Gherbeya, Egypt.

He has obtained his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Power and Machines Engineering from Faculty of Engineering, Tanta University, Egypt in 2011 and 2016 respectively.

He has published scientific papers in both international conferences and SCI journals.

He is currently serving as an Editorial Board Member for two international journals, (Electronics Science Technology and Application) and (Progress of Electrical and Electronic Engineering).

He has served as a reviewer for both IEEE conferences and IEEE Transactions journals.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "Maximum power tracking of a grid-connected wind-driven brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator using scalar control," 8th IEEE GCC Conference and Exhibition (GCCCE), Muscat, Oman.

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "A sensorless scalar-control strategy for maximum power tracking of a grid-connected wind-driven brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator," 4th International Conference on Electric Power and Energy Conversion Systems (EPECS'15), American University of Sharjah, UAE.

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "Vector control strategy for maximum wind-power extraction of a grid-connected wind-driven brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator," 4th International Conference on Electric Power and Energy Conversion Systems (EPECS'15), American University of Sharjah, UAE.

S. M. Allam, Mohamed G. Mousa, and Essam M. Rashad, "A proposed grid-synchronization strategy of a wind-driven brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator" 17th International Middle-East Power Systems Conference (MEPCON'2015), Mansoura University, Egypt.

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "Scalar control strategy for maximum wind-power extraction of a grid-connected wind-driven brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator," 17th International Middle-East Power Systems Conference (MEPCON'2015), Mansoura University, Egypt.

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "Maximum wind-power extraction under minimum converter current of a grid-connected wind-driven brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator," 1st Future University International Conference on New Energy and Environmental Engineering (ICNEEE 2016), Future University, Egypt.

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "Maximum wind-power extraction of a grid-connected wind-driven brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator under different vector-control strategies," XXIIth International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM'2016), SwissTech Convention Center, Lausanne, Switzerland.

A. A. Ahmed, Mohamed G. Mousa, and Y. I. Lee, "Regenerative braking control of IM with battery/ultracapacitor hybrid ESS in electric vehicles," 2017 Nineteenth International Middle East Power Systems Conference (MEPCON), Cairo.

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "A comparative study of vector-control strategies for maximum wind-power extraction of a grid-connected wind-driven brushless doubly-fed reluctance generator," Australian Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "Sensored and sensorless scalar-control strategy of a wind-driven BDFRG for maximum wind-power extraction," Journal of Control and Decision.

Mohamed G. Mousa, S. M. Allam, and Essam M. Rashad, "Maximum power extraction under different vector-control schemes and grid-synchronization strategy of a wind-driven Brushless Doubly-Fed Reluctance Generator," ISA Transactions.

 

RESEARCH INTEREST

His research interests are in Electrical Machines Analysis, Electrical Drives, Doubly-Fed Machines, Power Electronics, and Renewable Energy Systems.

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